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Olympus M.Zuiko Digital 40-150 mm f/2.8 ED PRO

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Manufacturer Olympus
Model M.Zuiko Digital 40-150 mm f/2.8 ED PRO
Lens style Telephoto zoom
Focal length 40 - 150 mm
Maximum aperture f/2.8 - 22
Angle of view 30.2 - 8.2 o
Closest focusing distance 0.7 m
Maximum magnification 0.21
Minimum aperture 22
Number of diaphragm blades 9
Auto focus type AF MSC
Lens Construction 16 elements / 10 groups
Filter diameter 72 mm
Macro No
Available mounts Micro Four Thirds
Dimensions 79 x 160 mm
Weight 880 g
Additional information Premier: 15.09.2014
Average rating (3 owners reviews)
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5.00 Excellent
Owners reviews (3)
  1. Tudor
    Tudor 16 December 2018, 19:09
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    IP 188.26.x.x
    Owner since: 6 months
    Price: 800e
    User profile: Professional

    Cons: does not have however, If I were to mention a disadvantage, it is little big for m4/3, but very small and not so heavy (800g) in comparation with other 2.8 telezoom lenses. Maybe the smallest 80-300 2.8 in the world!!

    Pros: Top optics without blemish: Sharp and contrast wide open. Nice close focus distance for closeup (0,7m). Very very fast auto focus. Extremely well built : Body is splasch proof and made of metal. It has a useful button function. Very good manual fly-by-wire mode like a good mechanical focus.

    Summary: Zuiko 40-150 2.8 pro is a very versatile zoom, which I like it a lot to use in nature for hight definition and full of details image. When you look at it and hold it in your hand you know it is an exceptional tool. This is the only zoom that I have.

  2. Tobias Kern
    Tobias Kern 27 July 2016, 14:19
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    IP 87.158.x.x
    Owner since: 6 months
    Price: 1070€
    User profile: Amateur

    Cons: - big and heavy for a mft lens (handling on smaller mft cameras with no grip is bad; on my E-M1 I always attach the battery grip when using this lens to improve balance and handling) - tripod collar can only be attached/removed when lens is detached from the camera. - Bokeh could be a bit nicer but it is ok

    Pros: - great image quality - f2.8 and very useful focal lengths - I haven't spotted any CAs yet - weather sealed - manual focus clutch - well built - good work with sources of bright light inside the frame (far better than 12-40 f2.8)

    Summary: I really love this lens. It is a lens that gives you possibilities you otherwise would not have as a mft user. Especially in dark environments. It is not a cheap lens. But in my opinion the price is appropriate. My cons are some nit picking. Some little things that could have been improved. But overall it is my favorite lens.

  3. Manuel Chagas
    Manuel Chagas 29 October 2015, 20:46
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    IP 188.80.x.x
    Owner since: 1 month
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    User profile: Amateur

    Cons: A little heavy (800g) and big (f2.8)

    Pros: Weatherproof, all metal, manual focus clutch, f2.8 constant, fast and acurate focus, very interesting lens hood, image quality, very good zoom range. In general, optional MC-14 teleconverter, top quality Olympus lens and corrrect price for the quality.

    Summary: With the M.Zuiko 12-40 f2.8 PRO and the MC-14 converter, we have 24-420mm equivalent in a really small package. Paired with the Olympus E-M1 is a top quality equipment.